For more than 30 years Elmwood College has developed a portfolio of golf-related programmes to meet the training needs of the golf industry. Elmwood has been synonymous with training greenkeepers and golf course managers who are employed by many of the most prestigious golf courses across the globe.
Club Managers Association of Europe passes 10th anniversary milestone – with a remit to continue driving forward
The influential Club Managers Association of Europe (CMAE), whose members are club managers at a variety of golf and sports clubs throughout Europe, celebrates its 10th anniversary.
An interview with the new CEO of the International Golf Federation – Antony Scanlon – about Golf and the Olympics.
With the Rio2016 Games five years away, Scanlon answered several questions about how the process is moving forward.
Former European Tour supremo heads new global professional golf series as major financial backing from Convers Sports Initiatives (CSI) takes PowerPlay Golf onto world stage.
The CMAE and the European Golf & Travel Media Association (EGTMA) have agreed to collaborate together to assist the members of both organisations to get the clubs and members of the media (journalists, publishers etc) closer together.
Maintaining standards while keeping a firm grip on costs is perhaps the most important aspect of any club employee’s job, whether you are a greenkeeper, manager or a steward. Greg Evans MG explains how to get more for less
The European Golf Bodies are pleased to announce the launch of the Grow the Game website. The website was officially unveiled during the European Golf Business Conference, which took place in London last week (30. Nov. -2. Dec. 2010).
The CMAE has announced that seven club managers have successfully passed the CMAE’s Certified Club Manager (CCM) exam, and they join an elite band of 16 club managers in Europe who have reached this pinnacle of their professional development in the club industry.
After months of researching several hundred club managers across Europe, the CMAE is delighted to publish the CMAE Salary & Benefits Study 2010. Results from the online survey were independently studied by IFM Sports Marketing Surveys for the CMAE and for recruitment specialist Colt Mackenzie McNair, who kindly sponsored the survey.
In early 2009, the Board of Directors of the CMAE asked a small group of experienced club managers to draft a Club Governance Handbook, which could be published and made available to clubs and club managers, to help them establish a sound governance structure at their clubs.
In terms of golf industry development, Central and Eastern Europe is an extremely dynamic region, creating great prospects for the future of the golf market in the region.
The Club Managers Association of Europe is to stage an important new ‘Leadership in Education’ conference that will bring together Europe’s club managers’ associations to discuss future trends and developments across the whole industry.